Canadian country trio High Valley put a scare into Alan Jackson fans yesterday, but their song ‘Love You for a Long Time’ fell just short, losing to ‘You Go Your Way’ by 10 percentage points. Phone voting on Taste of Country Nights radio helped put the superstar into the driver’s seat once again. Today, he’ll face another feisty newcomer in Jason Cassidy.
Fans responded passionately to Alan Jackson‘s new single, ‘You Go Your Way,’ yesterday and last night in the Taste of Country Nights Showdown. The song easily ousted ‘Ex-Old Man’ by Kristen Kelly, meaning the country legend will move on to face a new challenger. Today, that’s another act new to American country music fans.
Thomas Rhett joined a select group of artists with songs in the Taste of Country Showdown Hall of Fame on Monday when ‘Beer With Jesus’ became a five-time winner. The song will now be retired, meaning today’s Showdown will feature two new artists. Remember, you can also vote tonight on Taste of Country Nights radio, our syndicated radio show available on air and online.
Thomas Rhett moved his song ‘Beer With Jesus’ within one win of becoming a rare Taste of Country Showdown Hall of Famer. The singer’s fans outvoted fans of Jaida Dreyer’s ‘Confessions’ by a two-to-one-margin on Friday and Friday night on Taste of Country Nights radio. Today, Rhett will have to battle a singer with a little more star power in Randy Houser.
Have you ever been inside a radio studio? Taste of Country Nights host Jeremy Robinson shows fans around his home away from home. We meet engineer Chris and producer Todd. OK, we only hear Todd, but that’s close enough. See where all the fun happens in the video below.
Thomas Rhett is on a roll! The ‘Beer With Jesus’ singer has reason to believe his second single will be every bit as popular as his debut, ‘Somethin’ to Do With My Hands,’ was — and then some. Fans crowned the song once again yesterday and last night on Taste of Country Nights radio. That’s three in a row. Five straight wins means… Well, let’s not jinx him.
Fans have been as supportive of Thomas Rhett‘s second single as they were his debut effort, ‘Something to Do With My Hands.’ ‘Beer With Jesus’ sets a different tone than the fun Top 20 hit, but it strikes a deep chord with fans of country music. With two Showdown wins behind him, the singer will take on another newcomer in Greg Bates and ‘Did It for the Girl.’
Newcomer Maggie Rose‘s steamy new song ‘I Ain’t Your Mama’ squeaked by the weekend Showdown champion on Monday. Her new song was too much for Justin Moore‘s ”Til My Last Day,’ meaning her track will move on to face a new challenger today and tonight on Taste of Country Nights radio.
Friday’s win for Justin Moore‘s ”Til My Last Day’ was the biggest in Taste of Country Showdown history. It was an absolute landslide for the Arkansas-born country singer, meaning his new song from ‘Outlaws Like Me’ will return again today and tonight on Taste of Country Nights, facing a new challenger.
Justin Moore made quick work of JB and the Moonshine Band on Thursday night. Fan support allowed his new song ”Til My Last Day’ to topple the Texas quartet with a big push coming during the Taste of Country Nights radio show. Moore’s followers are united in saying the thought-provoking lyric is amongst the best he’s released to radio.
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